'daemon' turns other processes into daemons. Many tedious tasks are required to set up a daemon process; 'daemon' performs these tasks for other processes. This is useful for writing daemons in languages other than C, C++, or Perl (e.g. sh, Java). If you want to write daemons in languages that can link against C functions (e.g. C, C++), see libslack, which contains the core functionality of daemon.
DocumentationUser README available from http://libslack.org/daemon/README; User manpages available from http://libslack.org/daemon/manpages/daemon.1.html
released on 15 August 2004
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